This bill prohibits the teaching of curriculum for social emotional learning in public schools. It defines social emotional learning as evidence-based or non-evidence-based programming that promotes school and/or civic engagement and/or builds an equitable learning framework that addresses non-cognitive social factors. It also includes programs that use school climate surveys to collect data and develop aligned learning opportunities. The bill prohibits public schools, school districts, and chartered public schools from using federal, state, or private funds to promote, purchase, or utilize social emotional learning concepts. It also prohibits teachers, administrators, counselors, employees, and volunteers from using any curricula related to social emotional learning in the training, instruction, or education of students. The bill will take effect on July 1, 2024.